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Why Content Isnt King Part 1

Why Content Isnt King Part 1

Why Content Isn’t King Quality is very difficult to assess, can be subjective and is a question of context. An article written in Japanese is unlikely to convey any information to me since I can’t speak the language, yet it may be of enormous value […]

Why Content Is Not a King Part 2

Why Content Is Not a King Part 2

The web grows because it is filling up with rubbish, articles with lines like. ‘It is important to write good content because good content is very important’. and much of that content is produced by ‘content farms’ where writers produce large numbers of articles in […]

How to Blog With Passion

How to Blog With Passion

I haven’t blogged for a while. O.K. That’s a lie. I have, but not here. Since the New Year most of my posts have been over at EasyContentBlueprints because we’re running some exciting webinars over there and that’s where my focus was. So this is […]

Interesting About The Portugese Language

Interesting About The Portugese Language

Portuguese is spoken by nearly 200 million people in the world and ranks eighth among the most spoken languages in the world (third among the western languages, after English and Castilian). It is the official language of seven countries: Angola, Brazil, Cabo Verde ,Guinea-Bissau ,Mozambique […]

Past Participle in Portuguese

Past Participle in Portuguese

Do you know what past participle is? It’s a word that usually ends with -ed (chopped, devoted, painted, etc.) and people get confused when they need to classify. Is it an adjective? Is it a verb? For example: The wall was painted yesterday. What do […]

Irregular Past Participles in Portuguese

Irregular Past Participles in Portuguese

Every language has a characteristic which makes it more difficult. In Portuguese, past participles with two forms is one of these ways. While the only-one-form past participles are used in a similar way in English, we can’t say that there is a parallel between two-form […]